Activity for ages 3 to 8.
There are so many great Christmas traditions – going to holiday parades, visiting reindeer at the zoo, picking out gifts for our adopt-a-family… Last year, we added a new tradition to our family’s must-do list: writing a letter to Santa. This free printable Santa stationery is an easy way to make kids’ wish lists more of a keepsake and the North Pole letterhead is an official way to post Santa’s reply letter.
UPDATE: Check out the set of 12 coordinating math and literacy activities here.
I included three different versions of stationery to ensure that there was something for every writing level – blank lines, fill-in-the-blanks and picture boxes.
Last year, my 4 year old used a copy of the draw-in-a-picture stationery and created a masterpiece of the scooter he was hoping to receive. We dropped our note in the mail excitedly waited for Santa to write us back.
How Does Santa Mail a Letter Back to You?
Before my kids write their wish lists, I do a little behind the scenes magicianry so that Santa will mail them a return letter in the mail.
The most important thing to remember is that you need to send the letter by December 10th. The United States Postal Service will take care of the rest.
Check out how we get Santa to mail a letter back to the kids here.
For more North Pole fun, check out our popular North Pole Math and Literacy Pack.